Signed photos of cult footballers21 April 2021 An exciting line-up of sporting collectables includes these autographed pics of famous players.
There are plenty of famous sporting faces featured from rugby and golf to darts and motor racing. Here we are focusing on a few football fans' favourites from some years ago.
Although known as 'Supersub' due to his knack of coming on late in games and scoring important goals, of Fairclough's 153 appearances for Liverpool only 61 were from the bench.
The striker spent eight years at the Reds but was rarely first choice due to the partnerships of John Toshack and Kevin Keegan and, later, Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush.
View and bid on this signed photo of David Fairclough.
The pacey winger made 317 first-team appearances for Southampton, scoring 79 goals, one of which – an overhead kick against Liverpool – was named Goal of the Season in 1984.
He then moved to Manchester United for four years before ending his career at Wycombe Wanderers.
View and bid on this signed photo of Danny Wallace.
The Italian midfielder represented his country at three World Cups – 1978, 1982 and 1986.
He is best remembered for his celebration after scoring Italy's third goal against West Germany in the 1982 World Cup final, as shown in the photo.
He later explained: "After I scored, my whole life passed before me – the same feeling they say you have when you are about to die, the joy of scoring in a World Cup final was immense, something I dreamed about as a kid, and my celebration was a release after realising that dream. I was born with that scream inside me, that was just the moment it came out."
In 2007, The Times placed Tardelli at number 10 in its list of the 50 hardest footballers in history.
View and bid on this signed photo of Marco Tardelli.
Best known for his 13 years at Wolverhampton Wanderers between 1986 and 1999, Bull became the club's all-time leading goalscorer with 306 goals in competitive games.
View and bid on this signed photo of Steve Bull.
Ricardo 'Ricky' Villa
Part of the Agentina squad that won the 1978 World Cup, Villa joined Tottenham Hotspur after the tournament along with compatriot Ossie Ardiles.
His most famous moment in his club career in England came when he scored the winning goal against Manchester City in the 1981 FA Cup Final replay.
View and bid on this signed photo of Ricky Villa.